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Blackview BV9500 Review: 10,000mAh In the Palm of Your Hand - PhoneDog

Blackview BV9500 review: 10,000mAh in the palm of your hand

The Blackview BV9500 is a rugged smartphone designed for those with a rugged lifestyle. Inside the thick rubber and metal shell sits a massive 10,000mAh battery with support for fast charging and wireless charging. Other features include a Helio P23...
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Galaxy S10 Lite, S10 and S10+: What To Expect

Galaxy S10 Lite, S10, and S10+: What to expect

A recap of all the hottest leaks and rumors surrounding Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphones: the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. Which device are you most looking forward to?  
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Huawei Mate 20 Review - PhoneDog

Huawei Mate 20 review

After spending a couple of months with the Huawei Mate 20, Beau HD shares his experience using the device as his daily driver. While it doesn't feature nearly as powerful specifications as the Mate 20 Pro, it manages to hold its own very well when...
Biggest Announcements At CES 2019! - PhoneDog

Biggest announcements at CES 2019!

Smartphones, tablets, virtual reality headsets, and more. Let's talk about some of the biggest announcements made at CES 2019!
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Our Favorite Smartphones of 2018! - PhoneDog

Our favorite smartphones of 2018!

We take a trip down memory lane and review all our favorite smartphones from 2018. Which device is your favorite?
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Nokia 7.1 Review: Pure Android and Solid Build Quality For $350

Nokia 7.1 review: Pure Android and solid build quality for $350

The Nokia 7.1 makes a solid pitch for your money. While most of the specs and features are average and in line with many of the other devices in this category, the pure Android software and premium build materials may win you over. Since the Nokia 7...
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BLU Vivo XL4 Unboxing and First Look - PhoneDog

BLU Vivo XL4 unboxing and first look

Near bezel-less display? Check. All-day battery life? Check. Octa-core processor? Check. BLU's latest budget smartphone checks a lot of boxes for the price of $149.99 off-contract. If you're looking for a last-minute smartphone for a friend or...
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20 hours with the Huawei Mate 20

The Huawei Mate 20 is one of the best premium smartphones not available in the United States. While it does work with T-Mobile, it doesn't support all of T-Mo's LTE bands and Wi-Fi calling is not available either. Some of the specs of the Mate 20...
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Palm Companion Review: The Comeback Phone Nobody Asked For - PhoneDog

Palm companion review: The comeback phone nobody asked for

Palm has released a new mini-phone that is designed to give you a break from your primary phone. It uses Verizon's NumberShare technology to let you receive calls and texts and costs a steep $350 off-contract. Do you think Palm's companion phone is...
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Mophie Powerstation USB-C 3XL

Mophie Powerstation USB-C 3XL review

Announced last month, the Mophie Powerstation USB-C 3XL is the newest portable battery pack in Mophie's lineup. While the company sells a variety of mobile accessories, including belt clips and charging cables, it's perhaps best known for its...

BlackBerry KEY2 LE review: Cheaper, but at what cost?

The BlackBerry KEY2 LE is a more affordable version of the flagship BlackBerry KEY2 that was released earlier this year. While the KEY2 LTE has the same display size, resolution, QWERTY keyboard, and build quality as the KEY2, it has noticeably...
iPhone XR Review: The 2018 iPhone You Should (Probably) Buy

iPhone XR review: The 2018 iPhone you should (probably) buy

Apple made the iPhone XR for those of you who want a brand new smartphone but don't want to pay the premium rate of $1000 for one. While it's not quite as elegant as the iPhone XS, the iPhone XR offers most of the same core features that make it a...
OnePlus 6T Unboxing and First Impressions - PhoneDog

OnePlus 6T unboxing and first impressions

Hands-on the latest flagship killer from OnePlus. Starting at $549, the OnePlus 6T features a massive 6.41-inch OLED display, Snapdragon 845 CPU with 6GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, 20MP and 16MP rear cameras, 3700mAh battery, in-display...
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Why You Should Buy the Pixel 3 Instead of the Pixel 3 XL - PhoneDog

Why you should buy the Pixel 3 instead of the Pixel 3 XL

When a company releases two variants of a flagship smartphone, one of them is usually crippled in the hardware department. With the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, there are hardly any compromises. You get the same camera sensor, the ability to...
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LG V40 ThinQ Unboxing and First Look - PhoneDog

LG V40 ThinQ unboxing and first look

The LG V40 ThinQ may be one of the most underrated smartphones of 2018. While it carries a premium $949 price, it offers top-of-the-line features like wireless charging, a Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor with 6GB of RAM, and a total of five...
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Apple iPhone XR Unboxing and First Look - PhoneDog

Apple iPhone XR unboxing and first look

The iPhone XR is Apple's most affordable smartphone of 2018, offering many of the same features as the more expensive iPhone XS like the A12 Bionic chip, 12-megapixel rear camera, and edge-to-edge display. The differences are in the details. The...
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Google Pixel Stand Review: Best Wireless Charger? - PhoneDog

Google Pixel Stand review: Best wireless charger?

The Pixel Stand from Google does more than most wireless charging pads, as it should for the price of $79. It can turn your Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL into a Smart Display, complete with a photo slideshow feature, always-listening Google Assistant, and...
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Google Pixel 3 XL Unboxing, Setup and First Impressions - PhoneDog

Google Pixel 3 XL unboxing, setup, and first impressions

With the Pixel 3 XL, Google appears to have fixed many of the issues that plagued the Pixel 2 XL, such as the blue tint and black smear problems with the display. The most glaring fault, if you want to call it that, is the addition of an unusually...
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Apple Watch Series 4 Review: The Best Smartwatch Just Got Better - PhoneDog

Apple Watch Series 4 review: The best smartwatch just got better

Just because the overall design of the Apple Watch Series 4 resembles the previous generation doesn't mean it didn't received a big refresh. No, in fact, the Apple Watch Series 4 received the biggest update we've ever seen made to the product line....
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iPhone XS Max Review: Why It's Not the Phone For Me - PhoneDog

iPhone XS Max review: Why it's not the phone for me

Beau HD reviews Apple's premium iPhone XS Max and sees how it stacks up against the competition. Starting at $1,099, the XS Max is the most expensive iPhone Apple has ever released. It sports a massive 6.5-inch OLED display, Apple A12 Bionic...
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